From the Compliance Committee comes news that, thanks to an improved camera and hard work on the part of the administrative staff, the Compliance Committee has seen a significant drop in the number of trash facility violations coming before it. There were 37 violations reported in January, but only 1 in February, 3 in March, and 4 so far in April.
The sign at the facility makes it clear what is and is not permitted to be thrown out in the dumpster under Lake Holiday’s rules. Anything beyond those parameters costs the Association more money and if the trash compacter is broken because something other than normal household trash is put in it, we have to pay to have it fixed.
The fine for not following the rules is $50 for each occurrence. With the new camera, violators will be caught and the Compliance Committee will do its job, so avoid the fine and take anything that is listed as not permitted to the Frederick County trash facility for which your tax dollars are already paying.